I took this template from Stampin' Up!:
And using My Digital Studio (MDS), I moved the sentiment to the right to make room for my snowflake:
Then sent the card to be printed by Stampin' Up! Two days later, a package of 5x7" double-sided cards with envelopes showed up and I was ready to add some embellishments!
I used my Big Shot to punch out a snowflake out of some silver foil paper and then carefully placed the snowflake on the Northern Flurry embossing flurry over one of the snowflakes and dry embossed it.
Once I had my snowflake, I glued it down, added a punched small heart on a Stampin' Dimensional to give it some depth, and finished it off with a rhinestone jewel.
From start to finish? This is one of the quickest cards I've ever made and it would be a great card to mass produce for Christmas.
The backside of the card has the same pattern as the front and makes a great place to write a note using a black pen.
Have you ever made a hybrid card before?
Stampin' Up! Supplies Used:
Software: My Digital Studio
Digital Downloads: Snowflake Wishes Greeting Card Template
Cardstock: Raspberry Ripple
Punches: Small Heart
Big Shot: Northern Flurry Embossing Folder, Festive Flurry Framelits Dies
Other: Basic Rhinestones, Stampin' Dimensionals